Nerdy Black Bear is back with another hygiene post that will hopefully inspire you to be a better groomed man.
Today's topic is facial hair and how we can improve and take care of our facial follicles. In modern society, facial hair, mainly beards, has become a symbol of masculinity - as well as a right of passage - for men to express ourselves through our individual personalities and style.
Even fashion designers have started using bearded men in their shows and ads, which is a big step forward in the fashion community where some fashion designers are still stuck in the early 90s, using men who have to be smooth and fully shaven from head to toe. To see more burly and hairy men coming up in the fashion world is a big step forward in my book. And to add the fuzzy cherry on top, facial hair has been added to the fetish lexicon in the gay community, not just for bears, but for gay men in general. So facial hair has surpassed just being fashionable and now it has become a real asset.
In yesteryear, being bald was viewed as a negative feature on a man. This is partly due to the media's outlook on beauty and staying young. If you didn't have a full head of hair, you were considered an outcast. But things have changed. Today, more and more men are embracing their baldness with men going bald realizing that it may be a disguise. More and more women, as well as a large number of men in the gay community, see a well-shaved head as sexy. Do you want to join the new age of bald and sexy men out there? Well, I can help you with that. In this post, I will give you the tools you need to have a well-groomed head and ways to maintain your new look.
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